Solent Aggregates to Outreach

Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology, 2008

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Introduction

The Aggregates to Outreach project is funded by English Heritage through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF). The project spanned two phases: the first phase 1 (ALSF 3963) undertaken between March 2005 - March 2007; and an expansion (ALSF 5204) undertaken between March 2007 - March 2008.

The original project produced an education programme to increase awareness and knowledge of the archaeology and historical importance of the maritime environment and its aggregate resources in the Solent and Sea Wight areas. The project developed, distributed and delivered a series of presentations to groups and a teaching pack for educators based around national curriculum subjects.

Following the success of the original project the second phase continued and enhanced the scheme in the Solent and expanded it to other areas of England.